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How Do I Connect to Oracle9iAS from JDeveloper?

 
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How do I connect to Oracle9i Application Server or WebLogic from JDeveloper.
[ June 16, 2004: Message edited by: Dotun George ]
 
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http://students.cs.utep.edu/faq/oracle/Dow...oadOracle9i.htm
http://students.cs.utep.edu/faq/oracle/CSi...llO9iClient.htm
 
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I have the same question. Those two website doesn't work!
 
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It's probably better if you explain why you can't connect...

JDeveloper allows you to set-up connections (to DB, AS, SOAP server etc), and provides wizards to do so. They are pretty straight-forward.

However... you need to know the App Server log-in (usually ias_admin) and password. And, you need to know the OracleAS home directory because remote deployment involves the use of a server-side utility called DCMCTL. Also, you need to know the admin port (usually 1810).

Finally, if you're using EJBs then you need to set up the RMI connection info. All this stuff should be available from your sys-admin.

If you want to connect to the "standalone OC4J" conatiners built into JDeveloper, the log-in info is "admin" and "welcome" if I recall correctly.
 
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Dotun (and Sarah),
Pardon me for stating the obvious, but did you try the "JDeveloper" help files? Alternatively, did you visit the JDeveloper page at Oracle's "OTN" Web site?

Good Luck,
Avi.
 
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Hi,

I still can not find the link on oracle website regarding to the following
issue:

I installed JDeveloper and standalone OC4J conatiner separately. How could I make to connection between them?

Thanks!
 
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Please response!!!

What I would like to ask is:
I installed JDeveloper and standalone OC4J conatiner separately. How could I make to connection between them So I can do the debug?

Thanks a lot!
 
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Sarah,
Did you try the Oracle Tecnology Network Forums and Oracle's OTN Web site?

Good Luck,
Avi.
 
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in U r Jdeveloper
Go to
Connection (that is below u r work spaces)
then go to
Application Server
then right click on same
it will ask u for new connection ....
create one to u r server ...

U can even coonect to oracle database and browse through u r tables and data ....




best regards
sandeep balyan
 
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Thanks sandeep,

I want to use the remote debugging, which means OC4J is outside of jDeveloper. Any step by step docs for it?

Thanks a lot!
 
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